Heartthrob George Clooney may steal your hearts with his salt and pepper looks but when it comes to suggesting names, he has the most odd and hilarious ones to state! The actor, who will be father to twins with wife Amal Clooney has been ordered to not name either of his babies. Well, the reason is pretty obvious, he has some outrageous suggestions to give. In an interaction with media at Cinemacon, the actor revealed, “My wife says I can’t name them Casa and Amigos. That’s the one thing I’m not allowed to do.” Ah well, we’re aware of how Hollywood celebs are prone to name some of the oddest names for their babies. Perhaps that’s the reason why Amal may be worried.
Actor-filmmaker George Clooney, also a first-time father-to-be, says that he is happier than before. During an interview with eonline.com, he spoke about his wife Amal Clooney and their babies. “Can you believe it?! Yeah, (I’m) even happier (than before),” he gushed. “I didn’t know that we’d have kids. I was very happy that we were going to get married and then (a pregnancy) seemed like the next step.” Asked if he’s busy baby-proofing their home or practising how to change diapers, George said: “Hang on for a minute. I played a paediatrician on ‘ER’ (medical drama).” George continued: “So I know how to work on extra children… If there’s any accidents I’m there. I’m the guy.” They are yet to name their twins.
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Explaining their reluctance to do so before meeting them, he teased: “Because I’ve had friends pick out names around their parents and then it becomes… whatever name you pick they’re like, ‘Oh, I don’t like that. That guy’s a prime minister… Can’t name her Susan. You remember your Aunt Susan?’” The actor was at Cinemacon to promote his upcoming film, Suburbicon, that stars Julianne Moore and Matt Damon in lead roles. The film also stars Josh Brolin and Oscar Isaac in pivotal roles and is set to release this November.
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(With inputs from IANS)